The Dragons of Chiril is a wonderful fantasy book filled with dragons, wizards, and epic adventure. Join Tipper and her friends as they save the world and reunite a family divided. Soar on the backs of dragons, join the journey, save the world. This is more than an epic adventure, it’s also a well-written allegory.
I really enjoyed this book. I love fantasy books and dragons and this book delivers both and has a Christian perspective. My favorite character is Wizard Fenworth, he’s just eccentric enough to be funny but not annoying; I literally LOL-ed a few times while I was reading something Fenworth said. Another thing I really liked about the book is the allegorical references to God and Jesus, they have been given different names in the book (as is how allegory works) but it’s obvious as to who they are. It’s quite refreshing to read a fantasy book that has both a good story line and none of the ick that some fantasy books contain.
If you like dragons, fantasy, and a good story-line, Donita K. Paul’s book The Dragons of Chiril, gets two thumbs way up.
Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Waterbrook Multnomah in exchange for an honest review.